noun, plural O·nas, (especially collectively) O·na for def 1.
Examples from the Web for ona
For some reason Ona had expressed a wish for me to ride horseback.The Sword of Damocles|Anna Katharine Green
She would meet Jurgis and Ona in the evening, and the three would walk home together, often without saying a word.
They got their steamer, but when it came their zeal to preach to the Ona and to the Alaculoof had disappeared.The Gold Diggings of Cape Horn|John R. Spears
Ona tah was held for some time a prisoner in the darkness under the earth, by the Evil Spirit.Stories the Iroquois Tell Their Children|Mabel Powers
It would upset their plans for a time; and it would perhaps be necessary for Ona to get work after all.